PAGE* TOII* BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 2-1, 1947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Recent Bride Shower Compliments Miss Maudie Modinger Mrs. Cleo Langston entertained last night with a shower parly for 50 guests in special compliment to Miss Maudie Modlngcr, whose engagement to Peter James Lauman of New Orleans, recently was announced by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr. The hostess' new horn* on West. Main Street was beautifully decorated with vases of pink nnd white gladoli. and paslel shades o( giant hydrangeas. Gifts for Miss ModinBer from Ibe guests were attractively displayed on tlie dining room table, covered , with a hand made cloth. During the evening Rallies were ployed with a prize ,<ori bv Miss Josephine Shibley, and a vocal selections wa s given by Miss lietly Jean Mill, Lalcr the guests were invited Ir. the patio, where the refreshnieni table was airum-ed. Covered with p. damask cloth, the table was ce.i- M]S tered with a low china bowl in pas- I f ornu . r tel green, and filled with pnrp'.e asters. Cake with iced drinks was served. The hcsfcss was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Wroloii, and her sister, Mrs. Ann McWil- llams - • Rlvfr-ipvi!IP fnirl Mrs. Langslon presented the lion- I- 1 1 y I I 1C V II IL- VJ 11 I •>ree with a cut .crystal vase. 1^;*-,,- £/-w-i 11 tv ; Out-of-town Kiiests present !i;-|JOlnS I CJCUlly Ul eluded jMiss Marjorie finstufson ,if , . i i c- , , Mavwoid, in., i^ufegupst .of Mi.<s Henderson Mate Gail Eich, Miss jncquclin DnfhlU- ,„„.of New Orleans, who is a guest of i The list of new members of the'two Bits of News Max II. Reid attended to bust- lies:! In St. I-oui.s yesterday. He was accompanied by his son, Oick Reid. Miss Jtnic Stin-'s left je.sterdaj for K'. Ceiitro, Calif., where she will .visit he? •irr/.liiT, J, C. HUres for a week. Then she will Vfl to Tot i an°r', Calif., where sho wil be the Bin-si of Miss nuris Wudley for three weeks. Mr. and 'Mis. R.. C All'-n spending the day in Memphis 01 Mrs Wil ecily Ihilc Atkins is the M i ?5 'j,, Ann Reldel of siiMib, ciantihler of Mr. and Michael l!>'idel. The inarriaBi: i'Cil July 11. Mi. and Mrs. U. A. Copr.li'iu have as their quests for a le\ days Mrs. Copeland's niece. K. J. Williamson and Mr. liain.son. ol Hint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Gobi) fin family will spend Hi? weuk-un in St. Louis where they plan I attend the munieinal opi'ia pi 1 '; ('tit-lion "Sally" and I lie ball came brfi'iv their return Sun. lay ni^li Miss Virginia Olllalunitv ' E-ule Is spi'iidlng the wi'i'it : viuest of Miss joaun Trieslmtan Miss Uillahunty is formerly i Hlythevillc. Mis. .1. H. Williams aiKl soi Konny, left yesterday fur Men phis where they will spend aboi w(^eks while Uonny undc the Modingers, and Mrs. John Moses 1 family for Henderson Slate Teach-1 gees medical treatment. of Mourids. III., guest of her Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley. For the occasion Mi,=s Mod]n(,':-r wore a! smart frock' of black * and white chambray. 1 * ' , * WSCS of Lake Street Has Meeting At Church I ers College in A]-kadelpliia Includes the name of Miss Ruth Stewiirt. of Rlvlhevillc'. dau.uhtej- of Die nev.. .-J^L-IU and Mrs. Allen n. Stewart, pastor Vistr of the First Methodist Church. Miss Stewart, who is a firatUmte of Hie University of Arkansas in Fnyettcville. was a member of the faculty ul Arkansas Polytechnic Colli";e in Jlussellvillc last year. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Li)we ai son. Jerry, have returned alt spending .several days at R ista at Hardy whore tirj visi id another son. Jimmy, who vorking there this summer. r-iv!t-H,i,. will join the .stall of the home eco- VllllSLli.il , , . , , ._ , "noinics department at Henderson Stale and serve as a teacher of child i development and home nianagc- I inenl. Shr: also v.-ill dived Iho liurs- Womcn's Society of Service, of lAkc Street Malliod:st Church m?t at thr church for its regular' mcetiip this wcelt. Mrs. I non Luis \vas leader for. the devotional on "Children". Mr-.l"? schoal wlllth wl " "V™ nwtl George 1 Stilwe',1 presided over tint Pn "business session which followed' In addition tu Miss Stewart other the program. Prayrs were offered teachers appointed arc: Miss Lll- by Mrs/ II H. Blevlns and Mr«.| lia " "1 homson. who will leach StUwell.-- Icon:™' if textiles and clntlilnK: M Maritia Nell Kearbrou»h. assistant in chemistry: and Mrs. Bess Townsend, supervisor of practice teachers in the elementary school. Miss M:ivjoric C. Winslow wil l-ncli lypi'vvritin!;. shorthand niv oflluc practice; and William P. WPS will succeed Burton Dyers in tin speech tlfparlnicnl. Club Compliments Miss Frances Little Mrs. Oscar Fendler was hostess Tuesday night when members cr the t3ouble G Bridge Club complimented one ol their nnmbi"-. Miss Prances Littl", brtrto-clect of Dan Hughes Bell of Memphis, v. itli a linen sliower. Summer flowers- In a variety of colors were arranged in cnteiiain- ine rooms. • Mrs. Blah Heath won hlgli. scor? In bridge ;nnd Mrs. U. A. Porto'- received second Miss Liille was presented U-UM by the club members nnd her iir.s- tess presented her n frift'. A dessert \coursfl waV'Servcd. Stevens Name Son Tlie s:n corn to .Mr. and J. M. stovers Jr.,'-7;r-.'-.ie.rdi', c^cn iwr:?d ..falin Ivjhulis:)!! Iff, are ?lso the parents'of a daughter. Mary !C->y, ajc-Uirei Mrs. Stevbr.s is the foi Kalherine Gill, daughter of Mrs. J. It Gill. : • • • Infant is Buried At The Hospitals EI.VTirF.VILU! HOSI'lT.-H, DISMISS 1313: Mis. I-inis Lnciuf;. city. Proposes in the Clouds William Shimctii proposed to Miss Ixjiiaine Frater v. r hile rirlimj In ai iiirp.'ane niitslric of Milwaukee. Shimota said it was easy. "AI'. I elk was .slip the line on l;cr finyer and luld her if she didn't say yes, j'c throw her out." The pilot, William -Lotzcr, right, looks on. (NE/ 1 Telcphoto^l ' , Luxora News I , i Will)'>lcl of Mem p )old and daughter, Jo.it and ton, Jcddy wilbold. Mr.s. Avis Crawford has returned ' I 1 ' 1 '*home from a ten day visit with I Mrs. Sam IiiRmn who has mad Mrs Nonyc Hayncs at ConwAy, '• ' m ' ho/ne in Memphis fur the pas Ark. I live years has returned to Luxora Miss Edith McDaniols spent. the!^ lu ' and her son. Louis ingrain, are We the Women BY IIUl'II M1LLKTT NKA SMI Writer A British vur bride rccci'/.ly cll-j nrccd Oicr American .hus'cand be-1 •a<u;c of Ills pai-rsLon for comic ooks and his clornal tinkering vith Ills o'.d oar When the for- Bn fa rides were ic-ing brief oni i o w Americans i ve. p c r h a p .s hero should have >een a :ecture alctilaled toprc; J l'^r-3 them for he tendency of • he American' husband to be a .inkcrer, putber.er .«BlIi Milled md avid fan of something or o' or—none of wliteh pursuits he has any 'intcntlr.n of sharing com pin - ionalVy with his wife. Call on Mr. and Mrs. A'lien:^ in after-work hours 'and you wiil not likely fiiui them titling co/.i- ly together sharing e:ich ether 3 conversation and company Mwe likely. you'.'l find Mr. America washing or tinkering \vit,ii the car. working in the bav.'a-. •i vdenini;. .fooling around with hiim 'tark'e or imns. THEN A BIT OF ItEADlNTi Cr if }ie 'is thrcnsh ,wi!,h ruch jcbs PS those, he'll |:roiably be absorbed in -the comics rn catching up en ,tv/s latest news in .the worn of fnnrts. This tendency of the American man to escape from her as n:-,r;h us he can irks Mrs. A-rwrkl" no end. But, i ride from a K-"Je cliirtim: now p.nri 'then, .she aeeepl.s il witti pretty good grace. She just realizes th^>, m"n ire :ike that. Fri-liaris -the BriU''i wr l/rkle jest didn't undcr.Maml tfi tt vinkerin<£ and puttering nreihewav Arr.ci'ican men get away from it all. Mr. and Mrs. Secretary Royal I Kenneth Hoyall, newly HI.pointed i'ccicuuy or Wni^ is shown a 1 , home with his wife following hi.s nomination to the cabinet. Itoyall, \viiu had been undersecretary, succeeds Rc.bcrt Patterson, whose resignation is effective July 2-1. Patterson lins held the post iimx- 1910. INEA Telc- p ho to. I chols adn O." K. Knu.laen at the club's weekly mcetm;; yesterday noon at the llolul Noble. l^'fej PgaE*§' L'S fili^ffl I Mrs. Mrs. city Alfred Bomrull Mo. Husscll Kiioncc an WALLS HOSPITAL baby baby, Mrs. John K. 'Thomas and vliilii-.n Bell have iristol, Va.. and Wa.'ihiiigtoii. 13. C. 1 Aecompanyint; (iiem licine wius Miss Nancy Port of Washington Who will be yucst of her grand- notlier, Mrs. T. J. Maha.i and -ainHy. Mrs. Wyatl Henley. Mrs. Anne Smith, Mis. Emilia Nolen and M'iss Cera l,?e Colcin'in si>ent yestertlay in Cnruthcrsville, \vherc they were nucsts ol Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bndcr. Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, Mrs. Hell White, Mac Williams. Stanley Hood, Don Chamblin, and Jim Smart left Tuesday for SI. Louis. Mo., where they will spend a few days. They plan l:i attend several ball games before their return. Miss Gail I'-lich has returned home from Chicago and Michigan where she has b^cn visiting far a month. She was accompanied by her cousin. Miss Mm-jarie dnstafson of Maywood, III., who will ypunci the week here. Janr Wilson returned yesterday from a two-iveek visit in Memphis with her aunt, Mrs. Horace Harwell. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Moore and children have returned lo their home in RiiU;eley, Tcnn., after spending a few days with Mr. and Past ten days as the guest of Mi.-s iLinilcc Bliinn at Russellville, Ark. i Dr. and Mrs. W. T. ninsniore of Memphis \vcre guests in the home Wl of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B- Wood. Sun- rctiirneil from I** The l' ranu! especially to see John Ford Clark Apartment, Mrs. s. n. ill lor tlie Mr.s. Wood's mother, Terry who has been past, two months. Scout Master Clarence Lucas and scouts, Herbert Lucas, Hites Burch, Junior Head. L. C. Cunningham, Ross Swain and Cecil Wrisht left Etowah News Miss Frances Ashley, who has l.ren a!lending summer school at Oi'nton. Tex., has returned home for the summer vacation. She plans to return to Denton in the Fall- V. J. Ashley. Jr.. mid Ira Gene Ashley left .Sunday with Scoutmaster Hji-ry Dunivant of Keiscr p neiir Hardy. \ Mr.s. Lylc Campbell and snns. i Malcolm and Ailin. have returned from visiting relatives in Wichita, Kalis. ' Monday for » week's stoat 1 ; ^ rrdK,™ Boy Scout Camp, at Hardy. Ark- ' ' <m " Miss Florence Hush left Thursday for St. Loui-s, Mo., where she joined her sister. Mr.s. Elmo Camp- p'-irk 'ill' i n'w. Ue r!»i?' Cl in W | St ^" K . had .as their guests for a fe'.v days. Denser'coloi-aclo. They wi'ifretun'i ^ ""« Mn *' ^ °»« s »' C1 "">by way of Amarillo, Cab Passenger Robbed i WFTr M'-^MPH:S. Ark.. July 24. (UPt—Police today weix- se,-k- iiiB two linidenlified nion whr> robbed taxicab driver Cecil A. BriBBS, 27. and a passcnycr of JJ9 last nipjit. The robbers were described as being about 34 years old. heavy set, having black hair and wear- in;;- dark clothes. The rcbbery took place shortly af(er the two men entered the cab at a West Memphis bus. lion. for a Avcry .fare- way of Amarillo, Tex., visit wilh their brother, Rush, nnd Mrs. Rush. Mrs. Abe Liverant and h either. Rabbi Lyons, are visiting lativcs in New York city.' Mr. and Mrs Herman Spicer )icrt_", as their guests Sunday Mr. and" Mr.s. Floyd Johnson and son "Flud- iy" Johnson. Mr.s. Mary Sisson am) net daughter. Mrs. Bernicc Wil- lin. Ky.. and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gillis of r.-juisvllle, Ky. J. A. Harrison is ill at the home ot his daughter. Mr.s, R. II. Wil- inoth and Mr. Wiiinoth. Mrs. Lacy Pyles is i .with her daughter. Local Aviators Return From Northern Trip Two planes carryin<; rive 10 Hlytlicvi.'Jc men who Bemidji, Minn., last week n-uinu-a yesterday after (lyinj; from thtre VRSSl KsaV MlilYJSJ I PflH to WinnipeB, Canada, Tuesday. O«SJ r&£.|!i K$WS 11 iSElll C. V. SebnilKh, Johnny Kit-ids Tliou.-uii'1-i i-h.-.u-o ITO-III-I In i-riii'i llsi! and .Ernest Halsell, in .Mr. Se-; biiiiyh's Na\^a^ ami I?I_LSS^U tiay.sj atifl L. S. Hartzog in the i.ilier'.; Bcllanca. landed at the M;iiueip.d' Airport late yesterday. I t'.x-pectod trj retnrii loil.r,' [sre. Charier Ucse of Husc'land and liis- sens, Charles Nick, and Richard. • in ttieir B,;nanv.a atlci w 1. tSo.i-; ny) Osborne Jr. and n. G. Cirinit; in the hitter's Luscoinbc. The group left 1-riilay foi' Shi>:e- crest. a resort near Hemidji cwiitd by Harry E. Kocse, Ireijuen; -.Js- itor to Ulylhevilte. It wa; the (jump's filth trip there in the past . six years. "^ Kiwanis Club Meets Tlionilnn or ll«:l:,l Sn ilirl ilii-ri'liiii Bulletin on Arkansas Industry Wins Acclaim A (jliix program on Kiwanis tivities was conducted by Hen FAYETTEVILU3. Ark.. July 24- <UPi — A bulletin put out by the . University of Arkansas bureau of I research is going to be used for j national distribution by the United in Memphis Stales Fish and Wildlife Service Miss Oreta | The bureau's booklet is entitled: Mrs. Raymond Oliver, Rl. 2, city. Mrs. M. n. Oclsrn, [;l. :i. steeie. IJ-'I-nST HOSrl'l'AI,, Mi-mphis l.:E.'.\IISSED: Ji-:nie Uoylo Gray. Luxora. BTHTHS: ll::rn lo Mr. and Mrs. o. C. Miw ^-'°' J:( l' Csceola. a sun yesterday, '„„. .'.IKTffODIST HOSI'lAI.. Slc-mpllis DISMISSED: Mrs. Mollin Bo\ven, Ln>;nra. Lynn Rcarden. Leachville. Rebecca Ann Ncwcomb, daughter of Mf7aiVd Mrs. Charles Ray kew- comb. was dead at birth at 1'lic Baptist Hospital in Memphis last nlghjt. Fitneral servicrs' were held U; V morning at 11:00, n.m," at Memorial Parlj wilh Holt Funeral Home in charge. The Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor flf First Baptist Church, officiated. Srjc is survived by" her p:ircnl.s andione sister, Nancy', age three. Hollywood's Own B'A Coming Events THURSDAY The :Cth Century Club havi rlaucc al the Hut al. B:FO. Hosia and hcislcsscs u'ill be ,\f/. and ^'^•s_ I^anford IJ-onni-, r*Ir. and Mia. Charles Hillm'r. Mr. aiul Mrs. James Brooks. Mr. nnd Mis. !!ill Bonne and Mr. and Mr.,. William Yr.mig. FRIDAY Mrs. Leon Sehcrer hostes:; to CBC Club. I>csserl bridge will bo pivcn by Mrs. EJin'ord Bonne and Miss Fra:3co~ M.-Haney al tlie Iioine o.' Mi?s McHaney':; parrnts for Miss Little. Annouoccmcnt Mrs. Hnford Vouny and fainity. Mrs. Hul White and Mrs. IJuford Yomi(; spent yeslerilay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wliitis are visiting in Grccntlekl, Tcnn., during this u-eek. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ford and Ijrantldaiighl'jr.s. Muvi.s Rene Ohmu and Rosemarie Clatnpilt of Chicago will leave this afternoon for Covington, Tcnn.. where they will visit with Mrs. Kord's son. Joseph Horneman anil Mrs. liMrtieman. M I-'ord will ntti'iul to business while there. They plan lo return Monday Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cald.M'll nnd sons. Dan aru; Che-ster Jr. .-,.-- companicd b.v Ben Laniasbirr? li-tt yesterday for HI. l.f>uis. They plai lo attenil several ball game.i I'-'tn,-* relurniiiR home Sunday. Mrs. Farmer I-'ni;land and MT-. \ Klton Kirby sp-.-nt yes'tva;:;.' in Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Slankiud nnd dauplile.-. Mi^s l!i'tly SI,i-'l:.!fJ :i- - rompanied t,y Mi:s I'v^tiiv Hr^.r-'lt-r returned T'l'^J 1 ') 1 irmn H K .sprircs whrre Ihr-v .iltencicJ i:c Annurt; Assembly -if God Cai'.p N';-'iin^. Condition of Linenln .Ki.\ni-,- s.i- perinlendent of Cinsiiell Srh™>l. i; satisfactory. Mr. Kinncy und'-r- wnu an operation July 17 at llni)- list Hospital in. Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John M.irschewki and two sons, John Jr., and Jim- n.v. 'of West Helena left loday to arp, who underwent a tonsucc- j "Fresh Water Mussel Shells, the toniv nt the Methodist Hospital last Basis for an .-Arkansas Industry/ 1 wflf -k- -lit was a study to determine the Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil fjimsford ac- possible expansion in Arkansas of the pearl button industry which uses mussel shells as a raw material. return to their home after visiting .several days here with Mrs Marschcwki's sister, Mrs. Tom Mabry and Mr. Mubry and fumily. v Stanlcy Graber of Corning lias been visiting here for the past few days with his aunt and nude. Mr. and Mrs- Siegbcrl Jridel. Mr. aud Mrs. W. L. Homer and son. W. Ij Jr., left yesterday lor Ashvillc. N. C.. lor their vaca'.ion. They also will visit Mrs. Doris Morehead of Spartanburg. N. C-, for a fetv dnj'.s. eorop;mii'd bv nnle Onrr.enler are i-isitiii" in Fort Worth. Tex. Miss Ruth Bracket!, has returned to iicr home in Memphis after .spenrtliiK several .days as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bracken. IT .1. Modous. Sr.. is in the Me- Iliodist H<is]iit,il in Memphis where he underwent an eye operation. Just in Little Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TQT \ SHOP ! 110 So. 2nd SI. Phone 2.'!08 J A slcadv h:\iKt; a \vell ;x;hoolcd* f niir.ci; a deep sense uf n-spon-J • sibility Inward the practice of* Jl-liannacy in its Ufc-sn'vinsJ • significance; tlie freshest ofw Jhigh potency drugs: .in-1 mod-* «crn criuipmcnt • ji-ijpiion fillin 'safeguard. make on:service DRUG STORE W. lU.in Phono pre-« -151 J »«»«r9«*ec • •••D«^*«*».< I Arkansan Elected SAN T ^ANC:TK"O. !"•".. .Jn'y ?•!.' U'l'i- \! s Hi-are HaLfirld, of L:!-' Ik- T. -:-;. Ark.. f:d-.-y t.^ok olfir?; r" izr;ui;i PIT:- itlt-i;! of Pic Ladies'^ Sorieiy (if tin- Krcthcrl'.cod of , L".-onu);i\e I-'irc:iieii tind En-jinc-: men. I Cnickasawba U.d' A. M. will meet Ijin cfjinmunicalinii at ll p.m. b.v order ol Muster, Max Parks. 'ir 1:1 1 ].'. ,,,ul ii'-lit in iei:ul:\r lw II. ill at 7:30 the \v»r.;hipfnl iiis Shows KVI-I-V Day Office Opcri 3 1:45 Show Stiirls 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN <:00 a.m. 1Z:45 p.m «:3« pro . Hdacicd Tor the "Miss Amorica' . contsst in Atlantic City is 21- j-e*r-old Jean Brown, of Holly- wcjod. She's plctarexi after she won out ever 25 rivals tor lha • title of "Miss Hollywood." Thursday and Friday "It's a Wonderful Life" Selected Shorts Continuous Shoving Every Day llox flffic.c (Ipcns at 1:»13 p.m. Shruv Starts 1:l"> p.m. Ipflis Sitnilay \:M: Starts 1:1S 4'nnliiiuoiit Shnws Sal. anil Suiv Bargain Nipht livery Nlglit i:\ocpl Nn p:l.s>cs hundred on SliiulaT ai the Itnxy Thiirstlnv niui Krichiv FITZPATRICK'S FITZPATRSCK'S a *i *! * * * * )f * * * * * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * * * * * * + FITZPAIRSCK "/* Takes Only 3 Minutes to Oocn a Charqc Account"
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